Thursday, November 4, 2010

UN Agency Promotes Sex Ed From Birth

By Terrence McKeegan, J.D.

NEW YORK, November 4 (C-FAM) Promoting sex education to the youngest of the young has drawn harsh criticism to a UN agency and its interpretation of age-appropriate education.

“It is never too early to start talking to children about sexual matters,” according to guidelines issued by the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

Once highly respected for its independence and integrity, UNESCO now works in partnership with the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the US (SIECUS), an educational arm of the controversial Kinsey Institute.

Last September, a torrent of criticism greeted new UNESCO guidelines on sexuality education for promoting legal abortion and masturbation for children as young as five. The intensity of the objections forced the agency to pull the guidelines, only to quietly reissue new ones in December.

UNESCO acknowledges a former director of SIECUS is one of the principle authors of its sexuality guidelines. The guidelines are cited authoritatively as a model of age-appropriate sex education in a new UN report on education rights that was roundly denounced by UN members last week.

UNESCO removed some of the most explicit language in the revised guidelines, but retained an appendix with “guiding principles” that includes a Kinsey-inspired sex education curriculum for children from birth to age five. This curriculum instructs parents to provide anatomically correct dolls for young children to play with, inform them of diverse sexual relationships, and to be supportive of masturbation...Read it all

--->UN Super-Lobbyist Works Behind the Scenes to Pressure Governments...

--->See also the important work of Dr. Judith Reisman in regard to Kinsey and those like him...

--->Team Obama Blaming Rahm...

You may of heard this. It's eleven at night when a man relaxing on the couch hears his doorbell. He gets up and opens the door and sees nothing. He glances down and sees a snail. The snail attempts to sell him a magazine subscription. The man gets so upset about being disturbed, he pulls his leg back and gives the snail a hard kick and the snail goes flying off into the night.

Two years later the door bell rings and the same man opens the door and looks down and sees the same snail. The snail looks up and says 'What the hell was that all about??'

+ "A wise man is cured of ambition by ambition itself"---Samuel Johnson

+ "A good novel tells us the truth about its hero; a bad novel tells us the truth about its author ... [and] ... A new philosophy generally means in practice the praise of some old vice."---Gilbert K. Chesterton

+ A note I jotted down from somewhere about the Catholic writer and wit Evelyn Waugh has always amused me. "In old age he liked to proclaim his deafness and carry an ear-trumpet around with him that gave him an additional weapon with which to disconcert those he wished to keep at a distance; when bored by a conversation or a speaker he would simply put his ear trumpet down"

+ When Anne Rice left the Church she said in an official statement, "It's simply impossible for me to "belong" to this quarrelsome, hostile, disputatious, and deservedly infamous group". Ouch. No one can say she didn't tell what is in part the truth. But I think this truly talented writer must have confused the Faith and the Internet's gross distortions of it, and they are legion.

If I could tell her [and anyone listening] one thing, it is that one must in our bizarre time get past that first terrible chat room gauntlet and keep on in the Eucharistic solitude of one's heart to Jesus Himself and His Cross, the blessed substance, beyond the infested moats. Then it is only Self we must wrestle with if we are to break through to healing, compassion, understanding and Heaven. It would be tragic to fall out in the first round. The fearful and yet wonderful journey is a Cross and Resurrection all the way home, Anne. Forsake the chat rooms, they are a rigged temptation, almost all trip-wired; cling to the sources of the Faith and then only reliable news and other edifying venues.

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